Blevins An asbestos suit naming 49 defendant companies has been filed on behalf of a recently deceased man, alleging the man's asbestos-related disease was caused by company negligence.
News from June 2009
After being granted the power of eminent domain, Denbury Green Pipeline-Texas sought and received a permanent injunction earlier this year that stopped Texas Rice Land Partners from delaying construction of a pipeline.
A Beaumont woman says the minor girl who accompanied her on a grocery-shopping trip was injured after she slipped on an unseen puddle of water.
A Florida man has filed suit against AEP River Operations, alleging he was not reimbursed for injuries he sustained while working on a boat for the company.
A Beaumont woman has filed suit against her doctor, alleging she needlessly endured pain for almost a year and a half because her doctor failed to fully remove her uterus during a hysterectomy.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider whether patent protections for methods of doing business should be expanded.
A Beaumont environmental law firm embroiled in litigation over money owed to an air quality consultant has been hit with judgment of more than $1 million.
On May 28, a Travis County district judge ordered Texas House Parliamentarian Denise Davis and her husband Ian Hancock to fully respond to questions and provide documents about their finances in connection with a lawsuit they lost in July of last year.
A Beaumont man has filed a medical malpractice suit against a local doctor, alleging a needle negligently left inside his body during surgery perforated his bladder.
Kyle TEXARKANA, Texas -- After dismissing hundreds of lawsuits alleging implantable defibrillator leads are defective, U.S. District Judge Richard H. Kyle maintains the plaintiffs' claims are preempted by federal law and has denied the plaintiffs' request to replead their case.
Bad credit? No credit? In danger of losing your home? Well, a local couple has figured out an alternative form of mortgage bailout, sue everyone involved with your loan.
GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ Alleging she was wrongfully terminated, a Santa Fe woman's suit claims the job loss might force her family to move to a poor-performing school district.
Attorneys from Brent Coon & Associates are representing clients in a class action lawsuit against SuperValu, doing business as Shop N Save, filed in Madison County, Ill.
Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, May 29-June 2, 2009
GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ Asserting an accidental fire on his shrimp boat warrants coverage, a Texas City man seeks in excess of $240,000 in damages from his insurance company, recent court documents say.
A Beaumont man claims an insurance company wrongfully denied his workers' compensation claim after investigation by one of its adjusters.
A total of six suits over hurricane damage claims were filed against insurance companies in Jefferson County District Court during the week of May 25 through May 29.
Kent Convicted felon Samuel Kent agreed to resign from the federal bench Ã¯Â¿Â½ but not until 2010, assuring his retirement salary for another year while he sits in jail and Congress deals with his impeachment.
GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ A local woman is suing Plano-based Rolling Frito-Lay Sales LP and one of its employees in Galveston County District Court after she was hit by a company vehicle while walking in Houston more than a year ago.
A former Time Warner Cable employee claims she was kept from working in white neighborhoods and eventually terminated because of race and gender.